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and applause) >> jon: our guest tonight, former michigan governor-generallive granholm will, here, she will show us where she lives. michigan joke. we begin tonight obviously with the world affairs. big buzz at the u.n. today as diplomats look forward to getting home early from work. picking their children up from school, thanks to the annual ahmadinejad speech ritual known as the running of the bull [bleep] no, honey, i don't know what time i'm going to be coming home, oh, he's denying the holocaust, i'll be coming home right now. i will see you in a little bit. (laughter) >> jon: and then the wife has the little-- (laughter) >> jon: the performance of sponge nut crazy pant as side-- (laughter) >> the u.n. had more pressing issues to discuss. as you may or may not know there has been a slight ongoing property line dispute in the area what everybody calls palestine calls israel and what everybody but israel calls palestine. so for i guess around the past 6,000 years, these two parties have attempted to settle the zoning disagreement the old-fashioned way, persistent bloodshed. (laughte
was a two term governor of the great state of michigan. her new book which she cowrote with her husband is called a governor's story, the fight for jobs in america's economic future. please welcome to the program jennifer granholm. (applause) how are you. >> i'm great. >> jon: governor's story, fight for jobs and america's economic future. yesterday we had on another midwestern governor faced with a lot of similar things that you faced in michigan on the republican side. how much do governors come together on policy? how much of it-- when you are a governor how much is ideaological, how much is pragmatic. >> a ton of it is prak matic but we do compete against one another, for jobs. we're always boasting oh, i got this job from, you know, illinois or indiana or texas, every governor is in the game of competing for jobs. and that's not a very good national strategy. >> jon: so you are not just competing globally. >> no. >> jon: you're actually competing with right-to-work states. >> well, and every governor has an interventionist economic development strategy, you know, rick perry who say
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